Britain and the European Union have agreed on a Brexit trade before 2021. The long-running Brexit deal between Britain and the European Union has finally come to an end. The agreement between Britain and the European Union on Britain’s exit from the 28-nation European Union (EU) has been reached after more than ten months.
However, the future of relations between the 27-nation bloc and Britain, which has left the bloc, remains unresolved. Amid months of tensions and criticism, the two sides gradually overcame differences on three significant issues. These include fair competition rules, developing mechanisms for resolving future disputes and granting EU boats the right to fish in Britain’s seas.
The issue of fishing was the biggest hurdle in the deal. Before the Dec. 31 deadline for the Brexit talks, British Prime Minister Boris Jones announced that the deal was done on Thursday.
“Britain will now have the opportunity to move forward and we will be able to establish trade relations with the nations of the world,” said Boris Jones, excited by the agreement. However, contracts between Britain and the EU have yet to be approved by the European and British parliaments.
There are several obstacles to these agreements Because many parties are not in support of this new agreement between Boris Johnson and the EU. Britain’s main opposition Labor Party has opposed the deal and called for a new referendum in parliament. The deal is set to be put to the vote in the British Parliament on Saturday.